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A selfless act from captain Andrew Gale. He has dropped himself from today's team in the LV= County Championship against Middlesex at Lord's. He is replaced by Joe Root, who returns to first team action and will skipper the side. Gale will now travel back to Leeds later today and will feature in the Second Team game against Lancashire starting tomo…
 
History maker Alex Lees scored a record breaking 275 not out from 436 balls in his county's mammoth 617 for 5 declared against Derbsyhire. He became Yorkshire's youngest to 200 at 20 years and 95 days and was the second highest post-war knock by a Yorkshireman. Sit back and listen to a legend in the making.…
 
After signing a new contract with the Club, Alex Lees showed why he is one of the hottest properties in English cricket with a brilliant unbeaten 171 and with the help of Phil Jaques put on 311 runs for the second wicket - a new record against Derbyshire.저자 YCCC LV County Championship Channel
 
Yorkshire's Jason Gillespie believes the match against Surrey is set up nicely going into the final day. Yorkshire 433-9d and 52-1Surrey 353-7d Yorkshire lead by 132 runs with one day to play. Kevin Pietersen was the star on day 3 with a stunning 177 not out from 188 balls which included 17 fours and 7 sixes.…
 
Yorkshire declared at 433-9 (Gale 148, Plunkett 51) and Surrey 53-1. Plunkett pleased with own form, enjoying his cricket and, after winning County Championships with Durham, reckons the Yorkshire dressing room has the feel of a Championship winning one.저자 YCCC LV County Championship Channel
 
Yorkshire found it tough going on day one at Headingley against Derbyshire. After winning his first toss of the season, captain Andrew Gale invited Derbyshire to bat first. At close of play, the Falcons had advanced to 302-4 thanks to an unbeaten 171 by West Indian batsman Chesney Hughes. Andrew Gale wants consistency.…
 
Yorkshire closed on 17-0 after being set a challenging 336 to win in Chester-le-Street against Durham. Durham showed that this pitch can be batted on all day when they declared on 275-4 with 7 overs remaining on Day 3. Joe Root (6) and Adam Lyth (9) will resume for the Tykes tomorrow morning with 319 more runs required to win.…
 
Yorkshire were bowled out for 177 on day 2 in the overs possible after 58 were lost to rain. Durham have a lead of 60 and Jason Gillespie was disappointed with the performance with the bat, but is looking for a positive reaction with the ball on the third morning.저자 YCCC LV County Championship Channel
 
Yorkshire 381-8 with Bairstow and Rashid retiring with centuries and Bresnan 46 not out at the close in reply to Lancashire's overnight 269-7 declared. Spoke to Rooty about how he's found hooking up with Yorkshire teammates again and his thoughts on an impressive England winter and whether three Yorkshire players could feature against New Zealand w…
 
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